Assistant Professor Mandeep Singh Bakshi (Chemistry, NAS) published the research work of an independent study by undergraduate students Mackenzie Ann Hemauer and Sojeong Lee in J Crystal Growth. This work highlights the synthesis, characterization and applications of magnetic nanomaterials.
Students are invited to register to compete in the 2019 Innovation in Aging Student Idea Competition that will be held on Friday, Mar. 1, 2019. Kickoff meetings will take place on Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019. Students participating in the competition will have the chance to think creativity in order to solve real-world problems, with teams […]
Rising sophomore, junior and senior undergraduate students from all U.S. colleges/universities are invited to apply for a 10-week NSF/REU summer research program in interdisciplinary water science and engineering at Virginia Tech. Fellowships begin May 28, 2019 (arrival day) and end Aug. 2, 2019 (departure day). A stipend of $500/week ($5000 total), housing, meals and travel […]
Want a birds-eye view of STEM Innovation Center, construction? See the drone video.
Prof. Micheal Draney (Natural and Applied Sciences) was featured in a City Pages article on whether or not putting a spider outside during the winter is humane. According to Prof. Draney, putting a spider outside in the cold is essentially “a death sentence.” Read more.
UW-Green Bay alumnus Neil Diboll, who studied prairie ecology, has been the president and owner of Prairie Nursery for the last 36 years. A major player in the native plant industry, Prairie Nursery employs 12 full-time people and around 20 seasonal employees to grow unusual native prairie and woodland plants. Read the full story.
Associate Prof. Ryan Currier (Natural and Applied Sciences) and Assistant Prof. Mark Norfleet (Natural and Applied Sciences) and recently graduated Masters student Zachary Ashauer have published a new article in the journal Precambrian Research. The interdisciplinary research blends geology with mathematics, and provides new insights into a type of granites that have been extensively studied […]
UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Brian Merkel (Human Biology) considers his students the best medicine against the antibiotic resistance crisis, which is the reasoning behind the “Tiny Earth” event taking place on Friday, Dec. 7, 2018 at Lambeau Field. “This is really a crowd sourcing effort, more specifically a student sourcing effort because students are being […]
UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Brian Merkel (Human Biology) was featured on WPR’s morning show to discuss solving the problem of antibiotic resistance, which is the theme for the “Tiny Earth” event to be held at Lambeau Field on Friday, Dec. 7, 2018. Listen to the segment.
Prof. John Luczaj (Natural and Applied Sciences), along with coauthors from the University of Arizona Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research and the University of Nevada-Reno Department of Geography, have published a peer-reviewed editorial comment in the journal Geosciences. Read it, here.